Originally Posted by KandK_Dad
All I have is my SC9, but that's good enough for me. I've been OC'ing for months with no problems whatsoever. I'm used to how it feels and how to handle it. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Although down the road there's no telling.
Bottom line: Carry what you shoot best.
The "best" gun is the one YOU like, not anyone else. It will be a compromise of:
1. Fit - It should fit in your hand like you were born with it there.
2. Reliability - It should go BANG about 99.8% of the time you pull the trigger.
3. Accuracy - In YOUR hand. It's how well YOU shoot it.
4. Concealability - It should be comfortable enough to wear and easy enough to conceal so you won't leave it laying on the dresser at home.
5. Cost - You don't want to scrimp on your "life protector" weapon, but you probably don't need a $1,000 Kimber, either.
6. Enjoyment - The caliber and gun should be fun to shoot. If it isn't, you won't practice with it like you should.